01. He gets [infinite] pleasure from playing with his children.
02. Bella will be a wonderful kindergarten teacher. She seems to have an [infinite] amount of patience with children, and is very loving.
03. The field of wild flowers showed a seemingly [infinite] variety of colors.
04. If you ask me, ice hockey is [infinitely] better than football. It's faster, and way more exciting.
05. Dogs are [infinitely] better pets than cats. Cats don't care about you, but dogs love you, and they show it each and every day.
06. She has [infinite] patience with the children in her kindergarten class.
07. Computers today are [infinitely] faster and more complex than those of even five years ago.
08. Could you hurry up? We don't have an [infinite] amount of time!
09. She believes that God's love for mankind is [infinite].
10. The mathematical formula for pi seems to continue on for [infinity].
11. The financial resources of the government are obviously [finite], and we cannot allow our expenditures to increase at this rate indefinitely.
12. I like to remind my ESL students that the vocabulary we learn is never [finite]: there is always another meaning, another part of speech, another thing we can learn from a new word.
13. Our oil and gas reserves are [finite], so we must take steps to develop alternative energy sources.
14. Neil Armstrong once said, "I believe every human has a [finite] number of heartbeats. I don't intend to waste any of mine."
15. Albert Einstein once said, "Only two things are [infinite]; the universe and human stupidity, and I'm not sure about the former."
16. Dixy Lee Ray once said that a nuclear power plant is [infinitely] safer than eating because 300 people choke to death on food every year.
17. Someone once joked that astronomers say the universe is [finite], which is a comforting thought for those people who can't remember where they leave things.
18. Oscar Wilde once stated that ordinary riches can be stolen, real riches cannot. In your soul are [infinitely] precious things that cannot be taken from you.
19. Martin Luther King once said that we must accept [finite] disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.
20. Martin Luther King once said that we must accept finite disappointment, but never lose [infinite] hope.
21. Mark Twain once suggested that life would be [infinitely] happier if we could only be born at the age of 80, and gradually approach 18.
22. Lloyd Jones once remarked that the men who try to do something and fail are [infinitely] better than those who try nothing and succeed.
23. Glass takes about one million years to decompose, so it never wears out, and can be recycled an [infinite] number of times.
24. Zig Ziglar once stated that when you are tough on yourself, life is going to be [infinitely] easier on you.
25. Dr. Christiaan Barnard once remarked that it is [infinitely] better to transplant a heart than to bury it to be devoured by worms.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.


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